The Panic-Free Guide to Surviving Summer's Biggest Beauty Emergencies

Excessive Sweating

New York-based dermatologist Whitney Bowe, MD recommends using clinical strength products that contain aluminum-based compounds.  

"For best results," she says, "apply antiperspirant to dry skin, ideally before bed. People tend to perspire less at night, so applying antiperspirant before bed allows more of the product’s aluminum-based active ingredient to be pulled into the sweat ducts."

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In several months from now, you'll look back on 90-degree, sunny days with nostalgia. But at the moment, you're a sunburned, sweaty, frizzy mess and are seriously contemplating hibernation. Not to worry—relief is here!

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